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    And Then I'll Rise and Fight Again | Miami Hurricanes Football Dynasty


    How Miami Got Mark Richt to Become Their New Head Coach
    Andrea Adelson - ESPN Staff Writer

    When Miami introduced Mark Richt as its new head coach last Friday, it capped a whirlwind five days in which the Hurricanes did everything they could to lock in their top target.

    So how did Miami get its coach?

    Seeds were actually planted back in October. Shortly after Al Golden was fired, athletic director Blake James reached out to Richt’s agent, Mark Carmony, to gauge whether Richt would have any interest in the job. James had identified Richt as his No. 1 target and already had a working relationship with Carmony, who also represents Miami men’s basketball coach Jim Larranaga. Carmony told James that Richt was happy at Georgia and not interested in leaving.

    In the month that followed, Miami hired a search firm to help identify potential candidates and hammered out the qualities it hoped to find in its next coach. At the top of that list: bright, ethical, proven leader. Miami simply could not hire a coach unproven on the big stage, given the yearly expectation level, the talent returning and the desire to become nationally relevant again.

    It also would have to step up financially to pay its next coach and staff, given the way the market had changed since Golden was hired in 2010. President Julio Frenk, the board of trustees and the administration were all on the same page.

    James decided it would be best to wait until the regular season ended before really putting its search into high gear. Things really started moving the day after the Pittsburgh game. Miami reportedly talked to several coaches, but the one it truly wanted became available on Sunday, Nov. 29. Richt was done at Georgia after 15 seasons. James called Carmony that day to again express Miami’s interest. Would Richt now have interest in talking to Miami?

    On Monday, James got the answer he wanted. The Miami contingent met with Richt on Tuesday at a neutral-site location. Though James and Richt serve on the Football Oversight Committee together, they had never met in person. The two sides talked for between four and five hours. Richt asked his fair share of questions. “I covered all the bases and things I think are crucially important as far as staff, as far as support staff, support programs for players, academic support and how did that work, and all these kinds of things,” Richt said. They also discussed facilities, briefly hitting on the opportunity to get an indoor practice facility built. That still remains the No. 1 item on James' facilities agenda.

    Miami asked a list of questions the search firm provided as well, and then more follow-ups. Throughout the course of the meeting, it became clear this would be a home-run hire if they could seal the deal. “It only further strengthened my belief that he was the best person for us,” James said.

    At the end of the meeting, Miami made it known to Richt that he was the man they wanted. Richt needed a day to think it over.

    “When we got finished, I felt there is no perfect school, there's no perfect coach, so there's always things that you’re striving toward, but I have a lot of faith and confidence everybody wants to do what it takes, so that's what gave me confidence to say yes,” Richt said.

    Throughout the day Wednesday, negotiations took place between the two sides to try and work out a deal that would make Richt happy. Miami reportedly offered roughly the same $4 million annual salary Richt was making at Georgia. On Wednesday evening, Richt called James to accept the job.

    “I was thrilled, speechless, very excited and just happy that we had gotten the guy who was at the top of our list,” James said. “I felt great for the young men coming into our program and the young men in our program right now to know their new coach was someone with the experience, the qualities and just everything about who Mark is.”

    James picked Richt up on Thursday and the two flew to Miami together. At 10 a.m. Friday, Richt was introduced as Miami coach.

    The very next day, Richt was in Orlando at the Class 4A state championship game wearing Canes gear, already on the recruiting trail.

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    Video Game: EA Sports' NCAA Football '14
    Gaming Console: Playstation 3
    Gameplay Difficulty Level: Heisman
    Recruiting Difficulty Level: Heisman
    Quarter Length: 8 minutes
    Gameplay Speed: Normal
    Gameplay Sliders: Jarrod21's Heisman Black Sliders
    Rosters: OS 2016-17 Rosters (PS3).

    Dynasty Restrictions
    - Cannot convince players to stay.
    - Players cannot be forced to play through injury.
    - Can only redshirt freshman that are third or worst on depth chart.
    - If a player leaves a game with a concussion, must miss the following game.
    - If a player leaves a game with an injury but is available for the next game, they must be limited.
    - Players that are cut must be re-created as Juco players.
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    Season Recaps.


    Season Recaps
    Overall Record: 11-2
    ACC Record: 7-1
    Preseason National Rank: N/A
    Final National Rank: #14
    Bowl Game: Fiesta Bowl

    Overall Record: 12-2
    ACC Record: 9-1
    Preseason National Rank: 12
    Final National Rank: #10
    Bowl Game: Fiesta Bowl

    Overall Record: 11-3
    ACC Record: 7-3
    Preseason National Rank: #8
    Final National Rank: #8

    Atlantic Coast Conference Game Results

    Boston CollegeDNPW 38-6DNP  
    ClemsonDNPL 45-35DNP  
    DukeW 41-37W 42-31W 24-23  
    Florida StateW 41-7W 34-24W 34-27, L 17-14  
    Georgia TechL 45-33W 27-24W 45-35  
    North CarolinaW 36-10W 45-31W 34-28  
    North Carolina StateW 38-36DNPL 31-28  
    PittsburghW 27-7W 34-31W 45-30  
    VirginiaW 31-14W 67-30W 21-7  
    Virginia TechW 32-24W 23-20W 45-30  
    Wake ForestDNPW 59-21L 38-31  

    Miami Hurricanes ESPN Classic Archives

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    Miami Hurricanes Football History
    The Miami Hurricanes football team represents the University of Miami in the sport of American football. The Hurricanes compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The program began in 1926 and has won five AP national championships (1983, 1987, 1989, 1991, 2001).Miami is ranked fourth on the list of All-time Associated Press National Poll Championships, tied with Southern California and behind Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Alabama.

    Miami also holds a number of NFL Draft records, including most first round selections in a single draft and most consecutive drafts with at least one first round selection. As of the 2011 National Football League season, UM had the most players active in the NFL of any university in the nation, with 42. Two Hurricanes have won the Heisman Trophy and nine have been inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame. The team plays its home games at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

    1983: 11-1, AP and Coaches National Champions.
    1987: 12-0, AP and Coaches National Champions.
    1989: 11-1, AP and Coaches National Champions.
    1991: 12-0, AP National Champions, Big East Champions.
    1992: 11-1, Big East Champions.
    1994: 10-2, Big East Champions.
    2000: 11-1, Big East Champions.
    2001: 12-0, BCS, AP and Coaches National Champions, Big East Champions.
    2002: 12-1, Big East Champions.

    Program Traditions
    - Touchdown Tommy is the cannon that is fired off when the team runs out of the tunnel, after every point that the Hurricanes score, and the conclusion of a victory.
    - One of the Hurricanes' best-known traditions is the team's entrance scene. The team enters the field through a large cloud of white smoke billowing from its entrance tunnel, amid a tape of a hurricane blasting over the sound system.
    - In 1997, the university established the 'Ring of Honor' as a way to honor outstanding players who have passed through the Hurricane football program.


    The rivalry dates to 1951, when the Hurricanes defeated the Seminoles 35–13 in their inaugural meeting. The schools have played every year since 1966, with Miami holding the all-time advantage, 31–29. Upon the conclusion of their 2003 regular-season schedules, the teams represented their respective conferences in the 2004 FedEx Orange Bowl (Miami being the champions of the Big East, and Florida State being the champions of the ACC). Miami won the bowl game 16–14; it was the only time the schools have met in post-season football play. The 60 meetings between the teams of FSU and Miami eclipsed the rivalry between the Hurricanes and the Gators (from the University of Florida) following their 2010 game; the series of games between UM and Florida is Miami's second-longest at 55 games.

    During the 1980s and '90s, the series emerged as one of the premier rivalries in college football. Between 1983 and 2002, the Hurricanes and Seminoles combined to win 7 national championships and play in 14 bowl games with a national championship at stake. The 1988 game starred 57 future NFL pros on the combined rosters. Since 2004, the year Miami left the Big East Conference to join the expanded 12-member Atlantic Coast Conference, the universities have been conference foes, though they are placed in separate divisions within the conference. This alignment creates the potential for the two teams to meet for a second time in the ACC Championship Game, should each win their respective divisions in any particular season. Such a rematch has yet to happen after 9 years of ACC Championship Games, as of 2013.

    The series has consistently drawn very high television ratings with the 2006 Miami–Florida State game being the most-watched college football game—regular-season or postseason—in ESPN history, and the 2009 and 1994 meetings being the second- and fifth-most watched regular season games, respectively.

    Miami's rivalry with Florida dates back to 1938, making it the oldest rivalry among Florida's "Big Three" of Miami, Florida, and Florida State.[126] The Hurricanes defeated the Gators, 19–7, in the first meeting between the geographic rivals. The Seminole War Canoe was carved in 1955 out of a cypress struck by lightning and was given to the winner of the annual football game. The canoe is meant to symbolize the fighting spirit of the Seminole people that is often on display during games between the Hurricanes and Gators. The canoe is now on permanent display at the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame on the Coral Gables campus.

    Miami holds the edge in the all-time series with a 29–26 record against Florida. The two schools met every year from 1944 until 1987, but have not played regularly since then. Florida canceled the annual series after the 1987 season, when the requirement of the Southeastern Conference for member schools to play eight conference games induced the University of Florida to fill out the non-conference portion of its schedule with teams that do not require a home-and-home arrangement, except for Florida State.

    From 1986 to 2003, Miami won all six of the games between the schools, including victories in the 2001 Sugar Bowl and the 2004 Peach Bowl. Florida snapped its 23-year drought against Miami with a 26–3 win over the Hurricanes in 2008. The last scheduled game between the two was September 7, 2013 at Sun Life Stadium,[130] Miami won 21-16.

    While not the most regular rivalry for either school, Notre Dame's games with Miami, dubbed by Irish fans in the late 1980s as "Catholics vs. Convicts" still stand out as one of the most heated feuds in college football history, which included a 58-7 blow out by the Hurricanes in 1985 and a failed Jimmy Johnson two-point conversion attempt to go for the win instead of tying the game in 1988. After not meeting for two decades, the schools faced each other in the 2010 Sun Bowl, with Notre Dame prevailing 33–17. The Fighting Irish hold a 17–7–1 edge. Miami and Notre Dame renewed their regular season rivalry at Soldier Field on Saturday, October 6, 2012, with Notre Dame winning 41-3. They will begin a new series of games in 2016.
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    Miami Hurricanes Football Home Stadium

    Sun Life Stadium

    Facts and Figures
    Location: 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, Florida 33056, United States.
    Opened: August 16, 1987.
    Owner: Stephen M. Ross (95%), H. Wayne Huizenga (5%).
    Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf (Natural Grass).
    Architect: Populous (then HOK Sport) ; HOK (2016 renovation).
    Tenants: Miami Dolphins (NFL) (1987–present), Champs Sports Bowl (NCAA) (1990–2000), Florida Marlins (MLB) (1993–2011). Orange Bowl (NCAA) (1996–1998; 2000–present), Florida Atlantic Owls (NCAA) (2001–2002), Miami Hurricanes (NCAA) (2008–present).
    Capacity: 65,000.

    Sun Life Stadium is a football stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, United States, a city north of Miami. It is the home stadium of the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL), and the Miami Hurricanes football team of the University of Miami. Sun Life Stadium also hosts the Orange Bowl, an annual college football bowl game. It was the home to the Florida Marlins baseball team from 1993 to 2011. Originally named Joe Robbie Stadium, it has also been known as Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium.

    Since its construction, the stadium has hosted five Super Bowls (XXIII, XXIX, XXXIII, XLI and XLIV), the 2010 Pro Bowl, two World Series (1997 and 2003), four BCS National Championship Games (2001, 2005, 2009, 2013), the second round of the 2009 World Baseball Classic, and WrestleMania XXVIII. The stadium is one of four potential hosts for the 2019 and 2020 Super Bowl games.

    On January 18, 2010, the Miami Dolphins signed a five-year deal with Sun Life Financial to rename Dolphin Stadium to Sun Life Stadium. The deal is worth $7.5 million per year for five years (a total of $37.5 million).

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    Miami Hurricanes Trophy Case

    Individual Awards
    LB Jermaine Grace, 2016 // Chuck Bednarik Award
    LB Jermaine Grace, 2016 // Bronco Nagurski Trophy
    LB Jermaine Grace, 2016 // Dick Butkus Award
    WR Stacy Coley, 2016 // Fred Biletnikoff Award
    KR Corn Elder, 2016 // Randy Moss Award

    LB Shaq Quartmeran, 2017 // Chuck Bednarik Award
    LB Shaq Quartmeran, 2017 //Dick Butkus Award
    DE Chad Thomas, 2017 // Lombardi Award

    LB Shaq Quartmeran, 2018 //Dick Butkus Award

    All-American Selections
    First Team
    DT Gerald Willis (2016, 2017)
    LB Jermaine Grace (2016)
    KR Corn Elder (2016)
    DE Chad Thomas (2017)
    LB Shaq Quarterman (2017, 2018)
    S Jaquan Johnson (2017)
    S Romeo Finley (2017)
    KR Malik Young (2017)
    S Derek Nolan (2018)
    DT Kendrick Norton (2018)

    Second Team
    WR Stacy Coley (2016)
    TE David Njoku (2016)
    DE Chad Thomas (2016)
    LB Juwon Young (2016)
    CB Adrian Colbert (2016)
    TE Dayall Harris (2017)
    LT Trevor Darling (2017)
    LB Darrion Owens (2017)
    CB Evan Siegel (2017)
    LB Zach McCloud (2018)

    All-Conference Selections
    First Team
    DT Gerald Willis (2016, 2017)
    DE Chad Thomas (2016, 2017)
    LB Jermaine Grace (2016)
    KR Corn Elder (2016)
    WR Stacy Coley (2016)
    TE David Njoku (2016)
    LB Juwon Young (2016)
    CB Adrian Colbert (2016)
    S Jamal Carter (2016)
    QB Brad Kaaya (2017)
    WR Braxton Berios (2017)
    TE Dayall Harris (2017)
    T Trevor Darling (2017)
    C Nick Linder (2017)
    DE Brandon Moore (2017, 2018)
    LB Darrion Owens (2017)
    LB Shaq Quarterman (2017, 2018)
    CB Evan Siegel (2017, 2018)
    S Jaquan Johnson (2017)
    S Romeo Finley (2017)
    HB Travis Homer (2018)
    G Jahair Jones (2018)
    DE Demetrius Jackson (2018)
    DT Kendrick Norton (2018)
    LB Zach McCloud (2018)
    CB Sheldrick Redwine (2018)
    S Derek Nolan (2018)

    Second Team
    DT Kendrick Norton (2016, 2017)
    CB Sheldrick Redwine (2016, 2017)
    QB Brad Kaaya (2016)
    HB Mark Walton (2017)
    G K.C. McDermott (2017)
    CB Malek Young (2017, 2018)
    K Michael Badgley (2017)
    HB D'Andre Sparks (2018)
    WR Ahmonn Richards (2018)
    DE Joe Jackson (2018)
    S Jaquan Johnson (2018)
    P Jeffrey Wyatt (2018)
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    Miami Hurricanes Ring of Honor

    1997 inductees: Jim Dooley, Ted Hendricks, George Mira and Vinny Testaverde.
    1999 inductees: Ottis Anderson, Don Bosseler, Bernie Kosar and Burgess Owens.
    2008 inductees: Edgerrin James, Jim Kelly, Cortez Kennedy, Jim Otto and Gino Torretta.
    2009 inductees: Bennie Blades, Eddie Dunn and Steve Walsh.
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    Miami Hurricanes Recruiting Classes

    Class of 2017
    ATH Evan Siegel [ATH #12]: 6'2", 210lbs | Cincinnati, OH
    WR Jovan Graves [WR #23]: 6'2", 206lbs | East Los Angeles, CA
    WR Josh Butler [WR #33]: 6'3", 206lbs | Trotwood, OH
    HB Jeremy Johnson [HB #8]: 5'11", 188lbs | Homestead, FL
    G Robert Liston [G #1]: 6'1", 266lbs | Miami, FL
    P Jeffrey Wyatt [P #1]: 6'2", 204lbs | Champaign, IL
    CB Deon Carter [CB #115]: 6'0", 187lbs | Pompano Beach, FL
    DE Brandon Moore [DE #76]: 6'4", 246lbs | Port Washington, NY JUCO
    S Derek Nolan [SS #13]: 6'2", 211lbs | Cheektowaga, NY
    S Parker Kiniry [SS #11]: 6'0", 210lbs | East Highland Park, VA
    G Anthony Tyler [G #18]: 6'3", 267lbs | Lamesa, TX

    Class of 2018
    Miami Hurricanes Recruiting - #SVG18
    D'Andre SparksHB [#1]HSCalabasas, CA5'9"188
    Justin FogleWR [#7]HSEdmond, OK5'10"191
    Bentavious HarrisWR [#13]HSBradenton, FL6'2"213
    Lee FosterWR [#20]HSClanton, AL6'1"188
    Dan NelsonWR [#17]HSHarrisburg, PA6'1"195
    Jelanie JohnsonQB [#12]HSClanton, AL6'2"200
    John Walker IIIATH [#9]HSGaithsburg, MD6'6"218
    Lamont BennettATH [#25]HSBurke, VA6'7"215
    Jonas OverstreetHB [#63]HSNew Orleans, LA6'1"193
    Joe HortonT [#71]JUCOPerry Hall, MD6'7"302
    Mateo DifronzoT [#62]HSWestlake, CA6'5"290
    Kevin BennettG [#65]HSWahiawa, HI6'5"296
    Jeremy SteeleDE [#112[HSSchriever, LA6'3"286
    Luke WheelerDT [#77]HSAurora, OH6'3"277
    Kyle WhiteDT [#82]HSClarksburg, WV6'1"305
    Jeremy JosephOLB [#24]HSGrenada, MS6'0"219
    Brandon Bailey ILB [#70]HSBradenton, FL5'10"223
    Doug JohnsonTE [#75]HSMaitland, FL6'1"240
    Chauncey NelsonTE [#97]JUCOJesup, GA6'4"252
    Matt SimmonsT [#151]JUCOHazard, KY6'5"308
    Mark RogersG [#128]JUCOCullman, AL6'5"300
    Sean WalkerDE [#170]JUCOGrosse Pt. Farms, MI6'4228

    Class of 2019 #STORM19
    QB Jason White [QB #1]: 6'1", 213lbs | Deltona, FL
    DT Carlos Green [DT #1]: 6'6", 303lbs | Nacogdoches, TX
    DT Taylor Grant [DT #2]: 6'7", 269lbs | Picture Rocks, AZ
    ATH Derek Sanders [ATH #7]: 6'2", 197lbs | Carlsbad, NM
    TE Adrian Miller [TE #11]: 6'4", 236lbs | Cedar Falls, IA
    LB Chris Gilmore [LB #6]: 6'5", 229lbs | Dewey-Humboldt, AZ
    DT Derrick Sparks [DT #13]: 6'3", 264lbs | Cape Coral, FL
    ATH Roger Downing [ATH #64]: 5'10", 178lbs | Cutlerville, MI [juco]
    ATH Paul Blanco [ATH #69]: 6'1", 210lbs | Druid Hills, GA [juco]
    CB Brad Summers [CB #12]: 5'10", 183lbs | Prichard, AL
    LB Jonathan Robinson [LB #23]: 5'11", 227lbs | Hartselle, AL
    CB Sean Gordon [CB #23]: 5'10", 202lbs | Miami, FL
    OT Rusty Hollins [T #37]: 6'8", 283lbs | Jackson, MS
    DE Marcus Dukes [DE #121]: 6'3", 258bs | Cranford, NJ
    HB Ryan Rucker [HB #40]: 6'1", 216lbs | Enterprise, AL
    DE Marcus Shelton [DE #129]: 6'0", 237lbs | Arlington Heights, IL
    C Mike Davis [C #13]: 6'5", 316lbs | Miami, FL

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    Miami Hurricanes Departed Players

    2016 Players Leaving
    #3 Stacy Coley (WR, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 2) » 55 catches, 1021 yards, 12 touchdowns.
    #29 Corn Elder (CB, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 5) » 40 tackles, 3 interceptions, 39 returns, 1311 return yards, 2 touchdowns.
    #5 Jermaine Grace (LB, Senior): Graduation » 68 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, 4 sacks, 2 interceptions.
    #8 Al-Quadin Muhammad (DE, RS Junior): Declaring (Projected Round 7) » 27 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 5 sacks.
    #86 David Njoku (TE, RS Sophomore): Declaring (Projected Round 6) » 43 catches, 852 yards, 6 touchdowns.
    #16 Justin Vogel (P, RS Senior): Graduation » 26 punts, 995 yards, 7 punts inside the 20.
    #6 Jamal Carter (S, Senior): Graduation » 60 tackles.
    #26 Rayshawn Jenkins (S, RS Senior): Graduation » 32 tackles.
    #5 Standish Dobard (TE, Senior): Graduation » 3 catches, 29 yards.
    #63 Danny Isidora (G, RS Senior): Graduation » 4 pancakes.
    #9 Malcolm Lewis (WR, RS Senior): Graduation » 1 catch, 15 yards.
    #2 Adrian Colbert (CB, RS Senior): Graduation » 40 tackles, 4 interceptions.
    #67 Alex Gall (G, Senior): Graduation » 1 pancake.
    #40 Gage Batten (FB, Senior): 1 pancake.

    2017 Players Leaving
    #15 Brad Kaaya (QB, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 1) » 363 of 503, 4457 yards, 36 touchdowns.
    #2 Joseph Yearby (HB, Senior): Graduation » 118 carries, 710 yards, 10 touchdowns.
    #8 Braxton Berrios (WR, Senior): Graduation » 71 receptions, 956 yards, 7 touchdowns.
    #18 Lawrence Cager (WR, Junior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 2) » 58 receptions, 948 yards, 4 touchdowns.
    #9 Chad Thomas (DE, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 1) » 36 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, touchdown.
    #1 Mark Walton (HB, Junior) Pro Draft (Projected Round 6) » 133 carries, 949 yards, 11 touchdowns.
    #7 Gus Edwards (HB, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 6) » 52 carries, 361 yards, 4 touchdowns.
    #58 Darrion Owens (LB, Junior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 4) » 42 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 4 sacks.
    #91 Gerald Willis (DT, Junior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 6) » 22 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 11 sacks.
    #68 Nick Linder (C, Senior): Graduation » 5 pancakes, 4 sacks given up.
    #73 Travor Darling (T, Senior): Graduation » 4 pancakes, 6 sacks given up.
    #23 Chris Herndon IV (TE-H, Senior): Graduation » 1 carry, 4 yards, 11 carries, 39 yards, 2 touchdowns, 3 pancakes.
    #95 Anthony Moten (DT, Senior): Graduation » 6 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks.
    #15 Michael Badgley (K, Senior): Graduation » 16 of 20 FG, 46 Fg Lng.
    #32 Trayone Gray (HB, Senior): Graduation » 1 carry, -3 yards.
    #33 Trent Harris (LB/DE, Senior): Graduation » 11 tackles, tackle for loss.
    #52 K.C. McDermott (G, Senior): Graduation » 9 pancakes, 2 sacks given up.
    #66 Sunny Odogwu (T, Senior): Graduation » 2 pancakes, 5 sacks given up.
    #54 Hunter Knighton (C, Senior): Graduation » No stats.
    #92 Courtel Jenkins (DT, Senior): Graduation » 4 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks.

    2018 Players Leaving » Season Stats
    #11 Jack Allison (QB, Sophomore): Transfer (West Virginia) » 148 of 240, 2329 yards, 17 touchdowns.
    #3 Jelanie Johnson (QB, Freshman): Transfer (JUCO) » Has not played.
    #7 Kendrick Norton (DT, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 3) » 23 tackles, 8 sacks.
    #4 Jaquan Johnson (S, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 5) » 55 tackles, interception.
    #12 Malik Rosier (QB, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 5) » 72 of 111, 865 yards, 5 touchdowns, 10 interceptions.
    #31 Demetrius Jackson (DE, Senior): Pro Draft (Projected Round 6) » 21 tackles, 11 sacks.
    #11 Brandon Moore (DE, Senior): Graduation » 27 tackles, 7 sacks.
    #28 Michael Jackson (CB, Senior): Graduation » 24 tackles.
    #27 Ryan Mayes (CB, Senior): Graduation » 2 tackles.
    #80 R.J. McIntosh (DT, Senior): Graduation » 13 tackles, 3 sacks.
    #83 Dayall Harris (TE, Senior): Graduation » 29 catches, 438 yards, 2 touchdowns.
    #75 Jahair Jones (G, Senior): Graduation » 5 pancakes, 4 sacks allowed.
    #22 Sheldrick Redwine (CB, Senior): Graduation » 42 tackles, 4 interceptions.
    #57 Mike Smith (LB, Senior): Graduation » 6 tackles.
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    NCAA Dynasty Central

    National Champion -- Runner Up
    2016: LSU -- Kansas State
    2017: Tennessee -- Texas
    2018: Ohio State -- Tennessee

    Heisman Winner
    2016: Corey Clement (HB, Wisconsin): 296 carries, 1576 yards, 16 touchdowns.
    2017: LeShun Daniels (HB, Iowa): 231 carries, 1437 yards, 13 touchdowns.
    2018: Mike Weber (HB, Ohio State): 298 carries, 1920 yards, 11 touchdowns.
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